The summer holidays are in their final stretch, and the main video-on-demand platforms have already begun to update their respective catalogs for this new season. For yet another week, Netflix has surprised its users with a long list of series made up of 11 titles, among which stands out the fourth season of the sitcom ‘Good Girls’ or the premiere of ‘Comando Queer’, an animated series focused on the LGTBIQ + collective.
For its part, Apple TV + bets on the second installment of ‘See’, a ‘thriller’ set in a post-apocalyptic future in which everyone on the planet has gone blind. In addition, Disney + has opted for ‘Only murders in the building’, a new series starring Steve Martin, Selena Gomez and Martin Short to end the month of August.
Then we leave you the most outstanding weekly premieres of the main streaming services, including Netflix, Disney +, Filmin, Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV +.
‘Good Girls’ (S4- August 31)
After the great success of its first three seasons, ‘Good girls’ returns to the platform with a fourth installment full of new plots and adventures.
This crime comedy, created by Jenna Bans and starring Christina Hendricks, Retta and Mae Whitman, revolves around three ordinary mothers who, to end their financial problems and be independent once and for all, plan to rob the supermarket of lifetime. During this fourth season these women find the perfect business to launder the money they print: the ‘hot tubs’.
Despite the fact that the fourth installment of the series has not yet been released in Spain, last June, and coinciding with the broadcast of this season in the US, the chain NBC announced the cancellation of this ‘sitcom’.
Official trailer of the fourth season of ‘Good Girls’. (Netflix)
‘Queer Command’ (S1-1 September)
On September 2, Netflix will include in its series catalog the first season of ‘Comando Queer’, an animated fiction for adults in which sexual-affective freedom will be made visible. On this occasion, the platform has decided give absolute prominence to LGTBIQ + collective.
This fiction revolves around Steve Maryweather, also known as Agent Mary, A secret gay super agent and his LGBTQ + spy team They will fight to prove their worth to the agency that underestimated them.
This production, created by Sean Hayes and Michael Schur, will feature the voice of various actors such as David Harbor (‘Stranger Things‘), Gary Cole, Patti Harrison, Laurie Metcalf, Matt Rogers, Wanda Sykes and creator Gabe Liedman himself, among others.
Official trailer of the first season of ‘Comando Queer’. (Netflix)
‘Inside No.9’ (T6 – August 31)
This Tuesday, August 31, Filmin will exclusively train the sixth season of ‘Inside No.9’, one of the platform’s biggest hits. This British series returns with six new episodes, each lasting about 30 minutes, in which the mix of genres, the impossible script twists and his peculiar black humor they will once again be the great protagonists.
The different independent stories of ‘Inside No. 9’ are always set in a space identified with the 9, such as the room or floor of a hotel or the number of a house or apartment, among many others. Some of its two creators, Steve Pemberton or Reece Shearsmith, always star in the episodes of their series, but, as usual, this new season will have the collaboration of other well-known faces.
Derek Jakobi will be one of the guest interpreters to this sixth season. Although the actor has already lent his voice for the chapter ‘The Christmas Devil’ (season 3), he will participate in the fifth episode of this sixth installment. Also, Adrian Dunbar (‘Blood’), Sian Clifford (‘Fleabag‘), Lindsay Duncan (‘Sherlock’), Paterson Joseph (‘The Leftovers’) o Gemma Whelan (‘Game of Thrones‘) will also be part of the cast this season.
Official trailer for ‘Inside No.9’. (Movie)
‘See’ (Q2 – August 27)
Apple TV + premieres today the second season of ‘See’, a series set in a post-apocalyptic future in which human beings have lost their sense of sight. In the second season, Baba Voss (Jason Momoa) will fight with all his might to try to reunite his entire family and escape the political wars that surround him. But, the further you go, the more trouble comes your way.
One of the additions of this second installment is Dave Bautista (‘Guardians of the Galaxy’) who will play Edo Voss, Baba Voss’s brother. Other actors who will be part of the interpretive team are Eden Epstein (‘Sweetbitter’), Tom Mison (‘Watchmen’), Hon Lee (‘Warrior’), Olivia Cheng (‘Warrior’), David Hewlett (‘The shape of water‘) y Tamara Tunie (‘ Flight ‘).
Starting this week, the platform will offer a new episode every Friday. In addition, the creators of this audiovisual project have already announced that there will be a third installment, which is currently being recorded in the city of Toronto (Canada).
Official trailer for the second season of ‘See’. (Apple TV +)
‘Only murders in the building’ (S1-31 August)
The first season of ‘Only murders in the building’ comes to Disney +, one of the most anticipated releases of the week. Starting this Tuesday, August 31, the first three episodes will be available on this platform serial.
This fiction starring Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez, and created by Steve Martin, Dan Fogelman and John Hoffman, tells the story of three strangers who they share a strange passion for crime and that, unexpectedly, they are involved in a real murder.
When they discover this chilling and strange death, this peculiar trio decides to employ his extensive knowledge of crimes to find out what happened actually, but it won’t take long for them to realize that a murderer might be living among them, so they must hurry to decipher the clues before it’s too late.
Official trailer of the first season of ‘Only murders in the building’. (Disney +)
‘Fernando’ (T2-27 August)
Once again, the platform has bet on real stories. This Friday, August 27, Amazon Prime Video will premiere the second season of ‘Fernando’, the docuseries focused on life and career of this Spanish Formula 1 driver.
In this new batch of episodes, the cameras have accompanied Fernando Alonso in some of the most intimate moments of his day to day, such as the period of confinement that the pilot spent at his home in Switzerland. In addition, the recording team had the opportunity to follow this legend through the different high-competition venues, such as the Indianapolis 500 or in preparations for his return to Formula 1.
In this project, directed by Arnau Monras and Jaume García, subscribers of the platform will be able to see, exclusively, images of Fernando’s exhibition with the car with which he won his last world championship or the consequences of the bicycle accident he suffered before his return to the Formula 1.
Official trailer of the second season of ‘Fernando’. (Amazon Prime Video)
– ‘Titletown High’: Netflix, ‘reality’. (T1-27 de agosto)
– ‘Kings of boys’: Netflix, miniserie. (27 de agosto)
– ‘Enter the scene’: Amazon Prime Video, series. (August 28)
– ‘Physics or Chemistry’: Netflix, series. (Seasons 1 to 9-31 August)
– ‘The boat’: Netflix, series. (Seasons 1 to 3-31 August)
– ‘The boarding school’: Netflix, series. (Seasons 1 to 7-31 August)
– ‘Feyenoord. Just facts’: Disney +, docuserie. (September 1st)
– ‘How to be a cowboy’: Netflix, ‘reality show’. (September 1st)
– ’11S. This is how the White House lived ‘: Apple TV +, documentary. (September 1st)
– ‘Decisive moments. 9/11 and the war on terrorism ‘: Netflix, docuserie. (September 1st)
– ‘Los carcamales’: Netflix, series. (T1-1 September)